A versatile New Zealand women’s hockey team has been named for the London Olympic Games starting next month.
London Olympic cyclist Westley Gough has won the prologue in the testing Tour de Pays de Savoie high in the French Alps.
New Zealand boxers Alexis Pritchard (27) and Siona Fernandes (29) are to make history as the first female boxers to represent New Zealand at the Olympic Games.
With 43 days to go work has now started to install the set for the opening scene of the Opening Ceremony, which is called ‘Green and Pleasant’.
Teneale Hatton has been selected as the sixth member of the New Zealand Olympic Canoe Sprint team and will compete in the women’s K1 500m.
Volkswagen New Zealand is gearing up to help drive the New Zealand Olympic team to medal success at the London 2012 Games and beyond.
New Zealand will take its most experienced hockey team ever to the London Olympic Games starting next month.
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The face of open water swimming has changed forever according to Rotorua swimmer Kane Radford after he missed out on his Olympic dream in the final qualifying event in Portugal today.
Timaru cyclist Shane Archbold has won a kermesse circuit race in Belgium today as he prepares for the London Olympics.
Jo Aleh and Olivia (Polly) Powrie have won Gold at their Olympic 470 dress rehearsal event, and Paul Snow Hansen with Jason Saunders have achieved bronze.
Valerie Adams continued her winning way in New York this morning at the IAAF Diamond League meeting.